The Government Blockchain Association (GBA) ran a Future of Money, Governance, and Law Conference on January 31, 2020.
The conference was attended by six Liberland representatives on Capitol Hill, Washington. Joey Langenbrunner, Pranav Badhwar, Bogie Wozniak, David Molineaux, David Ament, and Steve Wood from Liberland were all in attendance.
Dan Larimer, co founder of Steemit, BitShares and Block One, the publisher of the EOSIO protocol, was a keynote speaker for the conference. Following his presentation, Joey Langenbrunner met with him and discussed how Liberland is using the technologies he developed as a foundation for the governance systems in Liberland. Dan was intrigued, and further talks are planned to continue this conversation.
Following the conference, the GBA expressed an interest in Liberland formally joining their association as the representative for micronations to Steve Wood, as they have been looking to add this perspective to their group. Vice President Bogie Wozniak concurred with this suggestion, and Steve is following up to determine the details of this relationship.
For more information, please visit the Liberland website